Stone Sensation

LANDSCAPING

Turn your garden or outdoor space into a place you will want to spend time in no matter how large or small it is. Leave your guests and friends amazed by uplifting your outdoor space and landscaping it using natural stones and pebbles. Create a tranquil and elegant water feature with wet cast stone and cladding to add some timeless magic to any corner of your garden. Get creative and landscape your garden with stone and cement products to control nature and transform your garden into a haven of absolute enchantment everyone will enjoy. View our range of stone cement cast landscaping products below.

Natural Cladding

Garden Rocks & Pebbles

Wet Cast

Stepping Stones

Circular Stepping Stones

Circle

Foot Print Stepping Stone

Landscaping Guidelines

8 Ways to Upgrade your Garden using Landscaping Stones

How to decorate your garden:

  • It is always nicer to promote the most natural appearance in a garden.  Adding Pebbles to our modern square or circular pathway creates a rustic atmosphere. 
  • Enhance your outdoor garden by adding an exotic range pots, different sizes and colours available to suit your application.
  • Invite more natural life to your garden with bird baths and bird feeders/water features. One can also add nest logs for birds to nest.
  • Create a magical fairy garden fantasy world utilising our colourful range of ornaments complemented by our range of beautiful gravel for pathways.
  • Enhance flower beds with perennials, and complement it with landscaping products like gravel or pebbles and edging for rounding your flower beds off.
  • Design your own “get away” corner with our circle (from 0.6 – 4.2m diameter), adding steel or concrete garden furniture.
  • Break monotony by creating a focus point against a wall with steel or concrete hanging ornaments.
  • Rounding soft landscaping off on your outdoor wall with concrete frames, air plants.
  • Lighten up your patio with garden wall figurines and cement or natural cladding.
  • Enhance your indoor or outdoor areas utilising head planters.
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